I’m a U.S. Citizen. Where in the World Can I Go?

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Article taken from The New York Times

“Most European countries allow vaccinated Americans, but member countries are free to impose their own restrictions. Some, including Germany, Austria and the Netherlands, have recently experienced an upswing in cases, and visitors there are likely to notice more cautionary measures. The Netherlands, for example, introduced a partial lockdown recently, resulting in restaurants, bars, and other establishments closing early.

In contrast, India and Cambodia are now allowing fully vaccinated U.S. travelers to enter without having to quarantine.

Before Nov. 8, all passengers over age 2 boarding a flight into the United States were required to produce a negative viral test taken in the previous three days. This requirement remains in place, even for vaccinated travelers. But now, if the traveler is not vaccinated, he or she will have to take the test within one day — instead of three days — of travel, and commit to taking a second test three to five days after returning home.” (New York Times, 2021

Murphy,H., Schwartz,K., and others. (November 2021) I’m a U.S. Citizen. Where in the World Can I Go? Retrieved November 29th, 2021 from https://www.nytimes.com/article/coronavirus-travel-restrictions.html